Next lesson playing in 5 seconds

  • Overview
  • Transcript

1.1 Introduction

Welcome to Semantic UI for Your Web Apps. In this course, I'll show you how to use Semantic UI in your web app projects. You'll learn how to integrate Semantic in three different front-end environments: Angular 2, React, and vanilla JavaScript.

1.1 Introduction

As a web developer you often have a lot of choices to make. One of these choices is how you will construct the user interface of your site or app. Everyone knows about popular libraries like Bootstrap or Foundation, but that often leads to cookie cutter sites when components aren't customized. Semantic UI is a CSS framework built on less. It is notable because it lives up to its name. Using Semantic components is like writing a sentence. Semantic offers all of the components and features you would expect, along with a lot more you didn't see coming. In this course we'll briefly go over the Semantic components, then we build three projects using the framework. First we build a small template with plain JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. Then we will use React to build a small clone of GitHub. Then finally, we will employ Angular 2 with Semantic to build a KickStarter clone. After this course you should understand how to use Semantic UI in your projects going forward.

Back to the top